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  • Essay About The First Day In My Life

    My expression is blank and childish; it is clear that I have no idea what is ahead of me. School, now, is the single most important aspect of my life. This photograph represents the beginning of my school career, and it was the emerge of the better half. School is meant to challenge you at any age, however I often find myself longing to return to the days when singing and coloring were common activities. What sticks out to me the most in this image is how disparate my father looks in this image…

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  • Sexism In Video Games

    The video game industry has always been known as a male-dominated industry, with most video games being marketed towards males and many video game programmers being male. But in recent years, there has been a rise in the number of female gamers in the industry. Although there are a lot of women interested in video games, there are still a lot of problems regarding sexism and the video game industry. Sexism can be found in the video games that girls play as they grow up to women who enter the…

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  • Information Security

    Information Security in Game Development As can be seen by tuning into any modern news media outlet, information security is an international concern. Unfortunately, one area that is often left out of the security conversation is the video game industry. The general consumer base rarely hears about security standards when it comes to game development, and it is hit or miss from one game to the next as to whether there is security in place to protect the machine and network it is being played on.…

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  • Personal Narrative: How To Build Three Boats

    When I was in tenth grade, in my marine sciences class we had a group project, in which we had to build three boats. It was the first project of the year, and it was a big part all of our grades. The boats could only be twelve centimeters by twelve centimeters at the most and could only be comprised of the materials provided in the class, tinfoil, two popsicle sticks, straws, tape, paper, etc. Each boat had to serve a different purpose, sail straight, hold thirty dice, or survive waves, and the…

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  • The Benefits Of Arsenic Essay

    is to look at the glass as half full. Which, I mean, I understand the idea, but shouldn 't we be a little more specific about the contents of the cup? What if the glass has arsenic in it? Regardless of whether it 's half full or half empty, if you take a sip you 're going to die -- and who is drinking from this class anyway? I guess the assumption is you drink from your own cup, but the scenario completely changes when someone else gets involved. If I drink a glass half full of arsenic -- that…

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  • Luck Is A Matter Of Preparation Meeting Opportunity Analysis

    Oprah Winfrey once stated, “Luck is a matter of preparation meeting opportunity.” But is luck really a combination of preparation with you being presented an opportunity? It is my belief that a majority of the time the answer is a resounding no. However, there are instances where if you are prepared and the right opportunity does present itself luck can sometimes be perceived as having a role. The most common opportunity that I myself have experienced as well as anyone else is having a job…

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  • Identical Twin Compare And Contrast

    similarity of our physical aspect because we are identical. Some other similarities are, we both are family orientated, intellectually similar, and have the same tastes in clothes and music. When you’re the person who sees the glass is half full instead of half empty, you realize you’re the person who is always optimistic. Being an…

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  • Personal Narrative: How Adoption Changed My Life

    She sat in the car, opened her mouth, and started to tell her grandmother everything that came to her mind, to her grandmother she never shut up. To the rest of the world, she might as well never opened up to begin with. The drastic changes in her life gave her issues that she had to overcome. Adoption changed my outlook on life; it placed some obstacles in my life that would hold me back for a long period of my life. My life was so changed by adoption that I gained some problems in my life…

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  • Poem Analysis: Neutral Tones By Thomas Hardy

    Neutral Tones Analysis The poem ‘Neutral Tones’ by Thomas Hardy is a dark, solemn poem, reflecting on the termination of a relationship that he had in the late 1860s. It has a very melancholic note and in the duration of the poem, he shows the sadness and emotions in the narrator. The poem was published in 1898, however at the bottom of the poem he marked it as being written in 1867, perhaps he did not want it to be published then, before he met Eliza Nickels. It has a rhyme pattern of ABBA as…

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  • International Relations, Realism, And Constructivism

    helps us to understand why war and conflicts exist. 2. Realism is often considered the pessimistic or negative approach to things. One with a realistic perspective would take the approach of seeing the glass as half empty, as opposed to the liberalist approach, which is more of a glass half full…

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